Department of Justice organises workshop on online dispute resolution under APEC in Chile

  • The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (third right), Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (second right) and Government Counsel of the International Law Division of the DoJ, Miss Queenie Ho (first right), in a group photo with the other Hong Kong experts at the workshop.

    The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

    Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (third right), Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (second right) and Government Counsel of the International Law Division of the DoJ, Miss Queenie Ho (first right), in a group photo with the other Hong Kong experts at the workshop.




  • The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (sixth left), Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (second right) and Government Counsel of the International Law Division of the DoJ, Miss Queenie Ho (fourth left), in a group photo with the experts and delegates from Hong Kong, the Mainland and other APEC member economies to celebrate the progress made at the workshop and meetings.

    The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

    Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (sixth left), Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (second right) and Government Counsel of the International Law Division of the DoJ, Miss Queenie Ho (fourth left), in a group photo with the experts and delegates from Hong Kong, the Mainland and other APEC member economies to celebrate the progress made at the workshop and meetings.


  • The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (second right), in photo with Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (first left), and other Hong Kong experts at a meeting on strengthening economic and legal infrastructure under APEC.

    The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject. DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

    Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (second right), in photo with Senior Assistant Law Officer (Civil Law) (Mediation) of the DoJ, Miss Ada Chen (first left), and other Hong Kong experts at a meeting on strengthening economic and legal infrastructure under APEC.


  • The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject . DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (second left), leading an APEC policy discussion to advance efforts on building an online dispute resolution platform for micro, small, medium enterprises engaged in cross-border business to business transactions.

    The Department of Justice (DoJ) organised a capacity building workshop on online dispute resolution under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Santiago, Chile, from March 2 to March 3. Prominent speakers from international organisations and experts from APEC economies, including Hong Kong experts in related fields, were invited to participate in the event to share their expertise and experience on the subject . DoJ counsel also participated actively in the related APEC meetings from March 3 to March 5.

    Photo shows the Commissioner of Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office of the DoJ, Dr James Ding (second left), leading an APEC policy discussion to advance efforts on building an online dispute resolution platform for micro, small, medium enterprises engaged in cross-border business to business transactions.


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